Parcel Text Message Scam Linked to n4scn.info

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Parcel Text Message Scam Linked to n4scn.info

A Parcel Text Message Scam

From (302) 760-3847

Parcel Sorting Center: Found package addressed to [first name]. Last pick-up day -Friday! n4scn.info/lg8rnMfOvV

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  • September 16, 2020 at 9:12 PM by info

    Voicemail: Parcel Sorting Center: Found package addressed to Mary. Last pick-up day - Friday! n4scn.info/IgbNv0dIIX

    Received this text message twice in one day.

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Parcel Text Message Scam Linked to n4scn.info